[sahy-uh-noo r-ik, -nyoo r-]
of or derived from cyanuric acid.
Origin of cyanuric
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Urea, when heated, gives off Ammonia, and becomes Cyanuric acid.The Action of Medicines in the System
Frederick William Headland
A mixture of cyanic and cyanuric ethers passes over into the receiver.